Create GIFs from photos possible on iPhone (iOS) via the Shortcuts app, native to Apple's operating system. The platform offers a ready-made command capable of turning Live Photos images into animations. The technology present in the smartphone records several photos in one, which allows the transformation in a simple way. Interested parties can save the result to their device gallery or share it on social networks like WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook.
The useful alternative is to make unique, self-registered GIFs and customize the way you communicate on the Internet. Remember that the Shortcuts app is also able to optimize other processes that promise to facilitate the user's daily life, such as photo montage, location sharing, translations, etc. Learn how to turn photos into GIFs through iPhone in the tutorial prepared by TechTudo.
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IOS Shortcuts app creates GIFs from Live Photos Photo: Rodrigo Fernandes / TechTudo
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Step 1. Open the Shortcuts app and go to the "Gallery" section in the bottom menu. Type the word "GIF" in the search field and tap the ready shortcut "Burst to GIF". Confirm the action under "Get Shortcut";
Turn Live Photos into GIF by iPhone Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 2. Access the shortcut library from the bottom menu. Tap on the "Burst to GIF" and then select the desired Live Photo from the gallery;
Select Live Photo on camera roll to turn it into GIF Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 3. The GIF automatically appears animated on the screen. Tap the share icon in the upper right corner of the screen to save it to the camera roll or send to friends via social networks.
GIF created on iPhone can be saved in gallery or shared on social networks Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Ready. Take the hint to create animated GIFs on iPhone simply.
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